From the August 12 edition of Fox News' The Five:
ERIC BOLLING (CO-HOST): Alright, K.G., so he says ISIS founder, she says ISIS recruiter. At the end of the -- I mean, what's the difference?
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): Oh, well it's just a double standard. And Newt points it out there, because this is specifically about what what word economy, like -- Trump's trying to do it in three, instead of ten. It's the mind of the businessman, he's always looking to, like -- nail it down, get it done, say what he's saying. He knows what he's thinking, but it's about now being very careful to choose your words to make sure that they don't misconstrue it.
And what you've seen is a concerted effort, really -- it's like the most unholy partnership of all time between the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton, constantly making comments trying to bait Trump into saying something that will sidetrack him, and then the mainstream media refusing to cover the same things when Hillary says it -- but it's -- which is very difficult to catch, given the fact that it was like, what, 240-plus days before she did a press conference to answer a question?
They're protecting her to make sure that they're safe, that they're in a safe space for HRC, and then Trump is out there answering questions every day.
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): You're turning him into a spoiled child. He can rely on you guys to explain, isn't it exhausting to explain?